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简体中文 (Simplified Chinese)

访问中文在线安全建议和资源。

电子安全专员办公室,简称“eSafety”

eSafety Commissioner(电子安全专员办公室,简称“eSafety”)是澳大利亚的网络安全独立监管机构。我们是澳大利亚政府机构。

eSafety 帮助保护所有澳大利亚人免受网络危害,并提倡更安全、更积极的网络体验。我们拥有法律权力,可在大多数在线平台和论坛上为遭受虐待或伤害的澳大利亚人提供保护。

eSafety 还提供免费的在线安全计划和资源。

eSafety 可以帮助删除严重有害的在线内容。严重有害的内容包括:

如需了解举报方式,请访问:eSafety.gov.au/report

您还可以致电口笔译服务热线 131 450,在口译员的协助下向 eSafety 提交举报。

What to do if you see distressing content online

Online spaces should be safe for everyone, but you may sometimes come across content that is distressing – especially if it shows extreme violence or acts of terrorism.

This fact sheet has information about what to do and how to get support if you see online content that is seriously harmful and disturbing.

Online safety laws are here to protect you

No one should have to suffer severe online abuse.

The Online Safety Act 2021 helps eSafety to remove severe online abuse and protect Australians from online harms. Find information in Simplified Chinese on what the laws cover and the support available to you.

Sexting

Unwanted contact

Resources for school teachers

Tagged

An award-winning short film supported by teaching resources that encourages young people to reflect on the consequences of cyberbullying, sharing intimate images, and a negative digital reputation. Suitable for 14 to 17 year-olds.

About the film (19 mins): When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. Cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police involvement ensue — will these friends avoid being tagged forever?

More Chinese versions are available in our education section.

Tagged short film - Chinese

What happens when a group of high-school friends post an online rumour about a rival.

Adult cyber abuse

A factsheet explaining what adult cyber abuse includes and how to respond to it.

Last updated: 30/05/2024